Funding for infrastructure projects in Asia to show greater diversity
Moody’s Investors Service says that funding for infrastructure projects in Asia will demonstrate increasing diversity. “The large infrastructure investment needs in Asia will drive innovation in financing structures and lead to the increased use of different forms of credit enhancement,” says Terry Fanous, a Moody’s Managing Director. “In fact, funding diversity is key to delivering infrastructure investment in Asia,” adds Fanous. Moody’s analysis is contained in its report titled “Infrastructure &Project Finance — Asia: Growing funding diversity to bridge infrastructure funding gap”. Moody’s report explains that infrastructure needs in Asia are large when compared to historical volumes of debt raised by state-owned and privately-owned infrastructure companies. $1.7 trillion per year needed between 2016 and 2030 According to estimates from the Asian Development Bank, Asia will need to invest $1.7 trillion per year in infrastructure between 2016 and 2030. Meeting those investment needs will require the mobilization of diverse sources of...
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